[Feature] Chowking Halo-Halo Fiesta

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"The secret of the Chowking halo-halo is the exceptional ingredients."

Chowking is a known Philippine fastfood chain that offers an oriental style dish. However, the Filipino taste is still there until their halo-halo version was born which became a hit in the country and available all year round.

The secret of the Chowking halo-halo is the exceptional ingredients. The ingredients were also conditioned and prepared before hand before mixing it on halo-halo.

Halo-halo is in fact considered as a Filipino dessert consisting of the mixture of shaved ice and evaporated milk plus added with various boiled sweet beans, garbanzos, fruits such as avocado and jackfruit, gulaman, tapioca, sago, nata de coco, coconut sport (macapuno), sugar palm (Kaong), leche flan, purple yam (Ube halaya) and ice cream (optional). But in Chowking, most of those ingredients are present.

This halo-halo is best fitted for summer but if you can feel the urge and cravings for it, you can buy anytime at Chowking because it is always available rain or shine, drought or flood, Christmas or Lent, unless supply is totally depleted. Don't worry, it is friendly to pocket. 
Price as of November 2011 (Price may change by time)
Chowking Halo-halo Fiesta (large) is 89 pesos (2 dollars
Chowking Halo-halo Regular is 69 pesos (1.5 dollar)
Chowking Halo-halo Petite is 39 pesos (0.85 dollar)


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  1. Thanks for posting this. I love Halo-Halo since I was a child. Masarap!


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